Bulova

Largo Desktop Clock by Bulova

Add contemporary styling to any room with this sleek tabletop clock. A solid wood base with dark mahogany finish has a chrome-finish pivoting clock housing and supports. It features skeleton movement with seconds subdial. A protective glass lens covers the face. Personalize this timepiece with the engraving plate that is included. Bulova The realization of a great American dream began in 1875 when Joseph Bulova, a 23-year-old immigrant from Bohemia, opened a small j great American dream began in 1875 when Joseph Bulova, a 23-year-old immigrant from Bohemia, opened a small jewelry store on Malden Lane in New York City. This modest enterprise was to evolve into one of today's preeminent watch and clock companies. In 1911, Bulova began manufacturing boudoir and desk clocks, along with fine pocket watches, which he made and sold in unprecedented numbers. During World War I, wristwatches were issued in the military for their greater convenience. Returning veterans brought home the new fashion - and a new market emerged read more